Topics in the Historiography of Modern East Central Europe

History 280B.005

Spring 2006
Instructor: 
Connelly
Location: 
201 Giannini
Day & Time: 
W 2-4
CCN: 
39535
Units: 
Units

Considers debates central to the study of modern East Central Europe: causes and consequences of economic backwardness, roots of national chauvinism and anti-Semitism, the dynamics of Nazi racism, the formation and limits of totalitarian rule, constitution and resuscitation of civil societies, post-Communist transformations, and the reemergence of nationalism.